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Eichmann, Bureaucracy and the Holocaust by [Stonehouse, Jonathan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 189 KB
  • Print Length: 70 pages
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  • Publisher: J P Stonehouse; 1 edition (2 Mar. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007GPAALQ
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This is an academic study which asks was Eichmann a monster, thus explaining his role in The Final Solution, or was he, as Eichmann claimed, merely a man doing his duty obeying orders from above, thus absolving himself from responsibility for the crime?

Eichmann clearly gained personal satisfaction from carrying out orders to the best of his ability; but the fact that the orders related to the Final Solution raises serious questions about how people in a bureaucracy may behave - for example, being obedient in their particular roles, whilst being impartial to actual goals.

Not an easy read, but worthwhile.
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A fascinating read that debunks the myth that Eichmann was a monster. If Eichmann was not a monster but an efficient civil servant doing his job what questions does this open about the Holocaust and can it happen again. The simple answer is Yes , genocide on this scale can happen again, particularly if we forget
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating and disturbing 2 Nov. 2012
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fascinating and disturbing - forces the reader to reexamine assumptions about the motivations and structures that allowed and sustained the holocaust.
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